Wednesday, May 30, 2018

20 Days at Thunderbird RV Park - Monroe, WA - May 30, 2018

It has been a fast 20 day stay here at the Thunderbird Thousand Trails RV Park in Monroe, WA. Most of our time has been spent with Tim & Shannon and the boys. Lots of baseball games and practices.

We really enjoy watching Rome & Ryker play ball. They seem to be improving with each game.

On Memorial Day weekend, we went with them to Remlinger Farms for the day. The kids had a blast... and we did too!

Donna and I drove to Yakima twice while we were here and visited Kim and Chris. She only has a couple of weeks till Allison Rey Reider is born. It's gonna be pretty exciting! We finally got to meet Chase, Chris's son.

Both times we were in Yakima with them, we cruized all over town playing Pokemon Go! While there, Kim went to Verizon and got herself a new Samsung Galaxy S9. So we decided it was time to get new phones too. Well, just me. I got a new Samsung Galaxy S9 from Verizon too, and Kim gave Donna her S7. We are happy now!

One day, Donna and I met Sara & Preston in Tacoma and picked up Oli, our Great-Grandson. We got to keep him overnight! We all went to his cousin's (Roman & Ryker) ball game. Then we went to their house while Tim & Shannon had a night out. The kids had a blast. Then took the Ferry over to Kingston the next day to meet up with Sara & Preston. We had fun with Oli and look forward to doing it again.

At the park, the ball game, at Tim's, and the ferry.

A cool tree at the park.

Donna crocheted some Pokemon Go balls for Roman, Ryker, Oli and Chase. She loves to make things for the kids


We also got to get together with Bill Joyce & Diane Melde, our RV Dreams and fellow RVillage friends. We chatted for quite awhile and went out to dimmer at a nice Mediterranean restaurant in Monroe. Pretty good food, and great company too!

Moving day tomorrow! Back to Crescent Bar for awhile. The warmer side of the mountains!
Fergs .... out!

Sunday, May 13, 2018

Thunderbird RV Park - Monroe, WA - May 13, 2018

Before leaving Crescent Bar, we went into Wenatchee and Donna got to see her Counseler and had her prescriptions re-newed. Since Donna has a catastrophic insurance plan now, she can go see any doctor, anywhere. We just have to pay for it! We are saving a couple of hundred dollars each month and don't have to travel to Texas to get insured medical care like last year. We will see how this fairs out.

While in Wenatchee, we visited with my step brother Randi and his wife Andrea (and their 4 pugs). We went out for pizza at Abby's Pizza. Good food and better company. Really enjoyed our visit.

Friday, we packed up, lifted jacks and headed over Stevens Pass on Highway 2. I am really happy with how our new motorhome is running. Last check, we got 8.5 mpg. It also handled the mountain passes really well.

One hundred thirty miles, and we pulled into the Thousand Trails park in Monroe.

That evening, we met our Son, Tim & Shannon, along with our grandsons Roman & Ryker, at Red Robin in Bothell. We will be seeing them off & on during our 20 day stay in this area.

The next day, we met them all at the Snohomish Little league ball fields and watched both boys play baseball. Tim is the coach for Ryker's team, and he also helps out on Roman's team too.

Ryker's game

Roman's game.

Enjoying some family time in Washington.

Fergs .... out!